Part of the sustainable living ethos is re-using stuff. We generate a lot of garden waste and this all goes into a large compost bin. Of course, over time, it fills up. I have found the best thing to do is to move all the compost into bins and leave it for a few months to rot down properly.
That said, first the bins need to be emptied (having been filled last time). So, what I have a three stage system. There are bins with useable compost, bins with compost that is rotting down and the large collection bin.
At the compost shuffle, I put all the usable compost into old plastic feed or compost bags and take it to the greenhouse. Then I tip all the compost from the green bins into the “ready bins”. Then I tip all the stuff in the big bin into the teo green bins.
It’s a lot of work, but it only needs to be done a couple of times a year. And it’s very satisfying once it’s all done.
We also have wormeries for the kitchen waste. They are enclosed so no tempting titbits for rats or crows, both of which can be a bit of a pest.